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Boston Pride Celebrates Second Annual Pride Night at Fenway Park

LGBT Community to Celebrate Pride Week at Red Sox Game on Thursday, June 12th

 

 Boston Pride announced today that the second annual Pride Night at Fenway Park will take place as part of 2014 Pride Week festivities. Boston’s LGBT community will be recognized at the Boston Red Sox vs. Cleveland Indians baseball game at Fenway Park on Thursday, June 12th at 7:10p.m.

 

“For the second year in a row, Boston Pride is delighted to be working with the Boston Red Sox on Pride Night at Fenway Park,” said Boston Pride President, Sylvain Bruni. “We had a great inaugural event last year and we hope that this continues as a Boston Pride Week tradition.”

 

In 2013, the addition of Pride Night at Fenway Park was the first time that a major league sports team had hosted a Pride Night.

 

“We had more than 400 attend Pride Night at Fenway Park last year and it was a great night for the LGBT community. We truly appreciate the support from the Boston Red Sox, a strong ally to the LGBT community,” Bruni said.

 

For more information and to purchased tickets, please visit: redsox.com/pride .

 

Boston Pride Week 2014 will be held from June 6th through June 15th. This year’s theme is “Be Yourself, Change the World.” The week will kick off with the annual Flag Raising ceremony, and will also include, Pride Day @ Faneuil Hall, Pride Queeraoke, Pride Night at Fenway Park, the Boston Pride Parade, the Boston Pride Festival, the Pride Youth Dance, the Back Bay Block Party and the JP Block Party.

 

More information and details for Boston Pride’s 2014 Pride Week can be found at www.bostonpride.org.

 

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Boston Pride produces events and activities to achieve inclusivity, equality, respect, and awareness in Greater Boston and beyond. Fostering diversity, unity, visibility and dignity, we educate, communicate and advocate by building and strengthening community connections.

Larry Fine April 28, 2014 at 08:12 PM
Im proud to be straight. I want to be recognized by the Red Sox
JohnnyMass April 29, 2014 at 10:53 AM
The Red Sox don't recognize you if you're White, Christian, or straight, Larry. Just like Harvard University!
NWBL April 29, 2014 at 09:47 PM
The Red Sox don't? Have you been to a game in the past century? Or looked at the ticket holder base? You should also take a walk thru Harvard Yard sometime. But why let facts get in the way of your argument.
JohnnyMass May 04, 2014 at 05:59 PM
Bummer!

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